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Jan 22, 2018

Everything You Need to Know About Color Blindness

  Some individuals have a color vision deficiency, meaning their perception of colors is different from what many of us see. The most intense forms of these deficiencies are referred to as color blindness. People with color blindness are not aware of differences with colors that are obvious to the rest of us. People who […]

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Jan 22, 2018

Reading Difficulty and Double Vision

Today’s studies indicate that about one in four children have vision disorders that interfere with their ability to learn in school. Children who have a hard time reading and completing assignments, or who have become uninterested in reading, most likely have dyslexia or double vision disorder. These conditions usually cause eyestrain, blurred vision, and headaches […]

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Jan 22, 2018

Concussion and Eyesight Consequences

The prevalence of vision problems after concussions may be as high as sixty-nine percent. Functional vision problems relating to concussions can be incapacitating, severely impacting your ability to work, learn, and live normally. The good news is that concussion-related functional vision problems can be treated with vision therapy. What are the functional vision problems caused […]

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